At some point, a curved end section was added, possibly a kitchen. Some windows and a door have been filled in with the same kind of stone. There's not much here and wandering around in the dark will be difficult. In the cold damp weather we have at the moment, it would be a miserable experience indeed.
Potential problems include a nearby railway line, a main road (both sources of vibration) and a large rabbit population - a constant source of rustling grass. There are few houses nearby, but there are enough that any recorded voices will have to be carefully scrutinised. Radios, CD players, and people calling for children and dogs might end up on tape.
There is, at least, very little electromagnetic interference here. Street lights are some distance away and the house has never had power lines connected.
All I need now is the right night. Preferably soon, since in the summer months it never really gets dark here.
Then I'll have breakfast in the ruins. Roast rabbit, if they annoy me.